Sen. Nelson Urges State Dept. To Open Temporary Passport Office In MiamiFlorida Senator Bill Nelson is urging the State Department to open a temporary passport office in Miami while repairs are being made to the current office due to flooding.
Thousands Told To Leave Their Homes Near Huge California DamThousands in northern California were told to leave their homes Sunday evening, as an emergency spillway in the country's tallest dam was in danger of failing and unleashing uncontrolled flood waters on towns below.
Locals Ready For More Seasonal High Tides, End In SightResidents of east Fort Lauderdale are questioning what city leaders are doing to deal with the flooded streets caused by King Tides.
King Tides Causing Flood Of TroubleMiami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties are under a coastal flood advisory through Wednesday morning due to the astronomical high tides, or king tides.
King Tide Flooding Continues Along Dade, Broward CoastHigh tides are continuing to cause headaches for coastal residents in Miami-Dade and Broward counties.
King Tides Are Leaving South Floridians Feeling All WetIt's not raining but some South Florida streets are underwater thanks to the seasonal king tides which swelled again Friday morning.
Flood Warnings Issued As King Tides Hit East CoastFlood warnings have been issued for "King tides" along Florida's east coast.
3 Dead In South Carolina Floods As State Begins RecoveryThree people have died in South Carolina from Hurricane Matthew, including one man who was pinned after falling from his electric wheelchair into a puddle of standing water, authorities said.
8 Dead In North Carolina Flooding, 5 Others MissingEight people have died after Hurricane Matthew smacked the state with torrential rains and authorities are searching for five people, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory announced Sunday.
Fort Lauderdale Officials Advise Residents To Prep For King TidesFort Lauderdale city officials are warning residents to prepare for unusually high seasonal tides called "King Tides."
Louisiana Lawmakers: FEMA Too Slow To Set Up Homes After FloodingLouisiana lawmakers say FEMA's pace to set up mobile homes after catastrophic flooding has been too slow - saying it has moved only one manufactured housing unit into a yard nearly three weeks later.
Obama Unlikely To Break Vacation For Flood VisitPresident Barack Obama is not expected to break from a New England vacation to survey Louisiana flood damage, despite calls for him to visit.

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